Bruce MacGregor looked down to find in the hole, and with his short stack of only 88,000 he moved all-in before the flop. Jack Ward, who is looking to make the final table of this event for the second straight year, woke up with and made the quick call.
MacGregor was in bad shape and needed aces or spades to appear in a hurry. The flop came and Ward's pocket queens appeared to be in good shape. The on the turn complicated matters, giving MacGregor the nut flush draw, and he now had 12 outs to give him the win.
One of those outs arrived and MacGregor made his flush, doubling him up to 190,000. Ward will have to regroup after dropping to 240,000 with the bad beat.